We are in the Yellow Phase here in Indiana, PA. Click here for more info on how to interact with us. It is always important to take the precautions advised in 2020.
Painter Harold Miller employs a new approach to iconic rural subjects in and near Indiana County that are fast fading in our view and memory. Using water soluble oils over manipulated gesso, Miller places the viewer at a startlingly familiar place in the landscape and then renders light creating serenely pastoral moments.
Low rolling hills.
Quilt patched fields.
They hold memories.
Comforted by the low mountain ridges that cradle those
who were born here, and welcoming those who were not.
During the Yellow Phase, many of us wish for vacations, where we can see the beach or other places we do not call home. However, it is good to remember the places around you in the current moments of social isolation are still beautiful.
Join The Digital Art Opening
Step One: Check out the virtual tour of the AHG space.
Watch HK Miller's 5 minute video on his artistic process. Then, if you would like, read
read about HK Miller and see his most recent and past work with this bio here:
Step Three: Explore the rest of our site! Check out all the artists we represent. Call a friend up and tell them what pieces you like the most and why! Different perspectives of art are so important.
(We are working to make the website a wonderful experience and better every day.)
Stay safe. Stay healthy. Take care of yourself and others.
When the world is scary, remember that art can bring us together. If we support our neighbors, our dreams for a brighter future may become a reality. Stay safe. Stay healthy. Take care of yourself and others.